This 90’s Playlist is full of grunge, rock and pop hits that will have you feeling super nostalgic! Seeing my kids dress in all the 90s fashion throwbacks has made me crave the music. And I’m obsessed with this 90’s music playlist. It’s 2 hours and 40 minutes of music that reminds me of the good old days.
A 90’s Playlist You’ll Love
This 90’s music playlist has been the soundtrack to my life lately. It’s so good I just keep listening to it over and over.
Whether you play it for a party or just to have on in the background, you’ll love these songs!
While I was born in the late 1970’s and turned school age in the 1980’s, the 1990’s was when I was a teenager. The music brings back so many memories.
I went to my first concert without my parents in the ’90s. I started wearing band t-shirts. And I truly loved the music. It was the soundtrack to my high school years and the music still holds up.
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Since my kids are starting to wear the super baggy jeans and cords, I’ve been playing this 90’s playlist more and more. I think they are even starting to tolerate it.
This isn’t ALL my favorite 90’s songs (when I started to add in R&B my list went out of control. I’ll save that for another post).
This is a great playlist for a happy hour with friends your age. Or to put on while doing housework. Or for listening to in the car.
What’s On The Playlist
+ even more songs, but I’ll let that be a little surprise for you.
Now here is a little bit about my 90’s:
1. I grew up in Anaheim, home of No Doubt and they played at my grad night at Disneyland. Tragic Kingdom had just come out and it was the most amazing show!
2. My first concert in Los Angeles, without my parents, was Smashing Pumpkins at the Palladium. I stupidly wore my open-toe Birkenstocks. Everyone else had on Dr. Martens.
3. We got our first cd player for my sister’s high school graduation party (she graduated in 1994). The first two cds I bought were Throwing Muses and The Breeders.
4. I got my first cell phone in 1995 because. It was much bigger and did way less than the phone I have today. Duh.
5. I worked at a music store and dove even deeper into music.
6. I loved photography and got to try my hand at concert photography for a minute. I was terrible.
Listen on Spotify. Click here: Grunge and Rock Music Playlist from the 90’s